Campbellville, Ontario

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Unincorporated community
Campbellville is located in Ontario
Coordinates: 43°29′17″N 79°58′56″W / 43.48806°N 79.98222°W / 43.48806; -79.98222Coordinates: 43°29′17″N 79°58′56″W / 43.48806°N 79.98222°W / 43.48806; -79.98222
Country Canada
Province Ontario
Regional municipality Halton
Town Milton
Time zone EST (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Forward sortation area L0P 1B0
Area code(s) 905 and 289
NTS Map 030M05

Campbellville, Ontario, Canada is a community in the geographic township of Nassagaweya in the Town of Milton, Halton Region on the Niagara Escarpment and is a tourist destination for residents of the Greater Toronto Area.

Mohawk Racetrack, a harness racing venue, Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, Mennonite furniture shops, an ice cream parlour, and Cristello's Village Market are some local village shops and attractions. The world's largest antique leaded stained glass store and museum (The Stonehouse of Campbellville)is also in this small community. St. David's Presbyterian Church (of The Presbyterian Church in Canada) has been a mainstay in the village since 1869. St. David's current building dates to 1891 with an addition built in 1999. St. David's cemetery dates back to 1908.


Nassagaweya Township was originally part of Halton County. When the Regional Municipality of Halton was created in 1974, the township became part of the Town of Milton. Campbellville was a part of the original Nassagaweya Township.

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The Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Canada has its Episcopal Headquarters in Campbelville.[6]


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